Roasted vegetables – made without oil — just some seasoning. I used basil, salt, pepper and a little garlic powder. Turned out to be a delicious meal!
This could be the last best moment of my life
all mixed up in love and strife
This is true
all mixed up with what we knew
all mixed up with calm and torment
Probably a good idea to relax and enjoy what is
all mixed up in angst and bliss
all mixed up in why and how
I have an element
I am not currently in it
It is somewhere I have been
It is somewhere I aspire to be again
Meanwhile, I will be where I am
and soak it up because I can
Leftover whipped cream and leftover fruit salad make a simple and delicious and beautiful dessert.
Preparing for a plot to hatch
What would be the mood to match?
Who would find the point to catch?
Remember, to remember
don’t get too far ahead
don’t catch up to the future
stay right here instead
I wonder, still, about this. And I like the photo!
Is it always necessary to produce something each moment? Or to be singing or dancing or playing or drinking? Or contributing to society? I wonder this when I hear people comment that they will sleep when they are dead (and I have heard or read this comment on a number of occasions). What would they do instead of sleep? Non-stop party? Non-stop sex? Non-stop travel? Non-stop charity? Why not sleep? Is everything they do so critically important or incredibly fun? Every moment jam-packed with thrills? This is not me being sarcastic; I am genuinely interested.
I don’t even want to do anything that feels really good all night long! I feel like I must be missing out on life when I hear that comment since sometimes I just relax. Sit outside in the shade or the sun and bask. And even when I have some essential work to do, I’d…
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